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Pettis County Loses its Freakin’ Mind Over Winter Storm Forecast [OPINION]

In case you've been living under a rock for the past couple of days, Pettis County is in for some snow this week. According to the Pettis County Emergency Management Agency, we're looking at 4-6 inches on Tuesday (Feb. 3) with winds up to 30 mph and poor visibility. And you know what? Everything is going to be fine.

I can't believe how freaked out people are over the forecast this week. This is Missouri weather! It happens every winter, so why are people so worried? Isn't everyone used to this by now?

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Walker Photography

2014 Cabin Fever Sports Show Brings the Outdoors Family Fun to Sedalia [PHOTOS]

Last weekend (Feb 1 and 2) the 2014 Cabin Fever Sports show took place with a lot of cool stuff and a lot of fun for the whole family. Despite the road conditions, crowds still came out to explore all the neat vendors and activities.

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Police Investigating Burglary at Summer’s Pharmacy in Clinton

Clinton Police are currently searching for a suspect involved in a burglary at Summer's Pharmacy, located at 605 Pawnee in Clinton, Mo.

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Sedalia Parks and Recreation Youth Sports Offers Exercise for Pettis County’s Youth [INTERVIEW]

The Sedalia Parks and Recreation offers a lot of options for kids and adults who want to get out of the house and get active.  There are several team sports that young ones, teenagers, and parents can participate in. 

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healthcare.gov

UCM Hosting an Affordable Health Care Act Enrollment Fair

The University of Central Missouri will host the Affordable Health Care Act – Health Insurance Enrollment Fair 3 to 7 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 13 and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 15 at the James C. Kirkpatrick Library, located at the corner of Maguire and Clark streets in Warrensburg.

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Smith-Cotton High School Head Football Coach Ryan Boyer is introduced at a press conference on Thursday (Jan. 30).

Smith-Cotton High School Announces Ryan Boyer as New Head Football Coach

Ryan Boyer has been named the new head football coach at Smith-Cotton High School. Boyer has been on the coaching staff at Smith-Cotton for the last five years. He served as the offensive coordinator and quarterback coach in the 2012 and 2013 seasons.

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Play Our Super Bowl Drinking Game

Drinking games are awesome. It's a fun way to liven up and add a whole new element of fun to almost any event. Even if you're not drinking alcohol, it's still fun to play along. The trick is to find stereotypical things that are bound to happen a few times throughout the night, but you still have to look to spot them. You may remember our 2013 CMA Awards Drinking Game. Now we've created the Super Bowl Drinking Game. Enjoy!

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Missouri Legislature to Propose Bill to Legalize, Tax and Regulate Marijuana Sales

The Missouri House and Senate are getting closer to reviewing a bill to legalize, tax and regulate marijuana sales similar to alcohol sales in the state of Missouri. Democrat Rep. Chris Kelly and State Sen. Jason Holsman of Kansas City are working in each chamber to get momentum going to gain votes on their respective floors.

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Evening of Heart and Hope to Support Boys and Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri [INTERVIEW]

We've been talking with Matt LaCasse and the gang from the Boys and Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri every week now for a while, reminding you about the upcoming Evening of Heart and Hope.  I think it's an important way for us in Sedalia to give back to the ones in our community who need it: our kids. 

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Dr. Jennifer Holland
Dr. Jennifer Holland

S-C Junior High Assistant Principal Dr. Jennifer Holland Leaving After 2014 School Year

Dr. Jennifer Holland, assistant principal at Smith-Cotton Junior High School, will leave Sedalia School District 200 at the end of the current academic year to become the lead curriculum developer and professional development consultant for the Illinois Network of Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies (INCCRRA), the accrediting agency of early childhood education in Illinois.

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